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original judge. simon, ellen and kara left last season. >>> do you do most of your shopping online? you might be getting some of the best deals as companies are getting more creative to get consumers to spend their hard earned cash. we'll hear the explanation. >> reporter: wondering where your friends and co-workers are just around lunchtime? they could be shopping online browsing for good deals on high end products. here's how it works. certain sites offer merchandise at reduced prices which they acquire by getting low selling or overstocked inventory from luxury retailers. >> every day at 11:00 boutiques launch our members find out about these through e-mail. they go in and these boutiques last 48 hours. they're access to the very most exclusive brands in the world and those who get in first get in best. >> reporter: what's offered can vary day to day and the sites feature more than fashion. >> from travel to wine to fashion to experiences like your favorite spas. >> reporter: part of what makes rulala exciting is getting access. >> friends find out about this unique shopping experien
from work? >> i've taken too much. ellen is on to me. >> this is not the way to start my first year on cross country. >> a pencil. a paper clip. >> you have a sandwich in here from last year. that's disgusting. and you got an "a" on your i love winter paper. good job. >> yeah. that led a writer in "parade" magazine, he said of your show. not since the show "roseanne," has a show reflected real life of american families, like the hit sitcom, "the middle." >> i think that's right. i have often thought not since "roseanne," has there been a middle-class family. and it reflects the struggles of economically what's going on today. and parents, especially mothers, trying to juggle and keep a balance with working. frankie is a car dealership sales person. >> not a very good one. >> not a very good one. highly unsuccessful one, as a matter of fact. you take the problems and you put them in a light and give them some perspective. at the end of the day, it's about having your family there with you. and it reflects i think a very american optimism, of getting through. we get through with our h
million viewers and a whole lot of steam. critics say ellen was simply too nice. >> it was crazy, i think, in a bad way. >> reporter: and without paula's unpredictabili unpredictability. >> i wanted to squish you, squeeze your head off. dangle you from my rear-view mirror. >> reporter: even simon's sharp tongue couldn't save them. now, randy jackson is the only judge left. and "idol" producers are reportedly talking to everyone from elton john, to jennifer lopez, to steven tyler. tmz's camera caught up with the aerosmith frontman. >> they haven't called me yet. >> reporter: critics say that now could save the show. >> we need someone to ignite that studio with something incendiary to say. >> did you think you could become the "american idol"? >> yes, sir. >> you're deaf. >> reporter: idle chatter doesn't cut it. for "good morning america," sharyn alfonsi, abc news, new york. >>> when we come back, the curse of the flying fish. what will it take to finally give them the hook? [ all ] 10...9...8... a new school year has so much potential! any resolutions? my resolution is the same as always
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